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Old 08-24-2014, 04:54 PM   #1
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Favorite/active nano fish

Hey everyone.. I'm looking for some active swimming fish for my 20G. Anyone have any recommendations?


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What's in the tank currently?
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Six line wrasse, clownfish, or royal gramma


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A maroon clown and a Cardinal


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The maroons gonna get big and mean and make it tough, 6 line might work (may also cause a war) but you'll definitely want something that can hold it's own.
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The maroons gonna get big and mean and make it tough, 6 line might work (may also cause a war) but you'll definitely want something that can hold it's own.

Maroon is a stubby.. He may get mean though. He's ok right now. I
Also thought a wrasse would mess with the corals.


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Some, not a 6 line though. Liveaquaria has a reef safe wrasse section, you can filter 20g tank and look their. Most will be ok but I'd skip the Pygmy/possums as they're pretty timid and don't do great with aggressive tank mates IME.
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